Tag Archives: Solo Exhibition

India Mark: Tronie


‘My recent works explore the concepts and methodologies of tronie or ‘character-head’ painting, a genre of painting that originated in the ...

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Kenneth Macqueen


Kenneth Macqueen (1897-1960) was a modernist watercolour painter. After serving in World War I, he completed most of his works while ...

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Ali Bezer: Open Space


The creative impetus for the artworks featured in Open Space stemmed from my experience during an ongoing residency at St Andrews ...

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Ray Coffey


Born in Liverpool during the post-Beatlemania counterculture of the 60s, Ray Coffey realised he might have a talent for drawing when, ...

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David Hayes: Trajectory


Flowers and Bullets – an unlikely mix but a metaphor explored by artist David Hayes in his first solo exhibition at Mitchell Fine Art in ...

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Liam Herne: Selfless


SELFLESS is a new series of artworks which reinterprets the selfie using new media, drawing and traditional photography. This exhibition is ...

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Bridie Gilman: After


Gillman’s multidisciplinary artistic practice conveys experiences of existing between places and cultures. AFTER is an attempt at navigating the australian landscape, ...

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June Tupicoff


“The difficulty in painting has always included the transformation of pigment into light, and in these works the artist has shaped ...

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Cherie Durant: Trust


Cherie Durant’s second Exhibition ‘Trust’ is an exhibition that combines life’s messages with beautifully detailed delicate pencil work. Cherie produces predominantly ...

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John Waller


Encountering the Australian landscape can lead to all sorts of experiences. John Waller’s abstract paintings transport us into a soft, abstracted ...

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